(Madison, WI)  —  Starting quarterback J.T. Barrett was knocked out of last Saturday’s game when he hurt a knee in the third quarter against Michigan.  Despite that, Wisconsin is pretty sure they’re going to see the veteran Barrett in the Big Ten Conference Championship game this weekend. OSU coach Urban Meyer has said Barrett is probable for the contest and Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst is game-planning that way. The Buckeyes are 36-6 with Barrett at the controls and he holds several school and conference records. He’s completed 66 percent of his passes this year for 33 touchdowns and only seven interceptions.